McCloskey expands North American footprint

McCloskey expands North American footprint

Company also introduces Scavenger static wash plant.

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October 31, 2017
CDR Staff
Concrete and Aggregates Equipment & Products
McCloskey Washing Systems (MWS), a division of McCloskey International, Keene, Ontario, has designed, delivered and commissioned more than 10 wash plants in six months in the U.S. and Canada.

McCloskey Washing Systems, a manufacturer of mobile, modular and static wash plants, launched its business division in 2016.

“We’ve had a busy year of new product development and it’s gratifying to receive such positive feedback on our efforts,” Craig Rautiola, MWS technical sales and applications manager, says. “We place a lot of emphasis on listening to what our customers’ requirements are, and judging by the feedback that we have received on the new product launches, we are definitely on the right track with our new product development initiatives.”

MWS has commissioned plants featuring the SandStorm 516 and 620 in Chicago and Deer Lake, Newfoundland, and three additional SandStorm 620 plants being assembled between now and January 2018 in Colorado and Texas.

The SandStorm is designed to process feeds up to 550 tons per hour with up to 3 grades of aggregates and two grades of classified sand.

The MWS mobile wash plant consisting of a tracked S190 or S130 (2-deck or 3-deck) Rinser feeding a single or twin sand screw has been used by operations looking to get a clean stone product and dewater the sand in an easily managed way.

The new McCloskey Scavenger plant was delivered recently to Kitchener, Ontario. The Scavenger is a static wash plant designed to provide maximum performance in recovering sand losses from a screw washer and reducing sand tonnage to the ponds.

“It’s been an excellent twelve months for MWS and we are delighted with the growth we are making,” Sean Loughran, director of MWS, says. “We have designed and delivered a successful product range and we plan to unveil many new products in 2018.”